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Qudratullah Shahab is a well known Pakistani writer who was the Dupty Commissioner of Jhang and an honest officer. He closely watched the Pakistani politician’s character and the situation of Pakistan. Shahab Nama By Qudratullah Shahab is an autobiography of Qudratullah Shahab. This book is about the life of Qudratullah Shahab from his childhood when he recites Darood e Pak when going to school and his religious background. After then he describes his youth age and marriage. After joining civil services, he wrote about his experiences during the different government positions.

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In this book, Qudratullah Shahab also explained the weaknesses in the political and governance system of Pakistan. He also compared the British and Pakistani Governance and administration. As he also observed the British administration from very close. Moreover, in this book, there is huge knowledge about administration before and after partition. Progress in the time of Ayub Khan as he also studied, economy, agriculture, and industrial policies of Ayub Khan’s Government. This book also has a religious side of Qudratuallah Shahab. It is one of the best autobiographies ever written.

Details of Shahab Nama By Qudratullah Shahab PDF

 

  • Book Name: شھاب نامہ (Shahab Nama)
  • Author: Qudratullah Shahab
  • Publish Date: 1999
  • Language: Urdu
  • Genere: Urdu Books
  • Format: PDF
  • Size: 57 MB
  • Pages: 994
  • Price: Free

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